Video Games in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom

@article{Anderson2008VideoGI,
  title={Video Games in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom},
  author={Tom Adam Frederic Anderson and Barry Lee Reynolds and Xiao-Ping Yeh and Guan-Zhen Huang},
  journal={2008 Second IEEE International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning},
  year={2008},
  pages={188-192}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate potentials of and to identify factors relevant to computer games at the center of a course curriculum. In order to improve the English listening ability of foreign language learners in Taiwan, two types of lessons were developed for Americapsilas Army, a free-for-download FPS military game. The current study compared different factors that contribute to the possible success of lessons that use video games as their core material. A deeper impression… CONTINUE READING

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